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Integrative Family and Systems Treatment (I-FAST)
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Part One: I-FAST FoundationsChapter 1: Integrated Family and Systems Treatment (I-FAST): A Meta ModelChapter 2: I-FAST: Integrative Families and Systems TreatmentPart Two: I-FAST Phases, Skills and TechniquesChapter 3: EngagingChapter 4: Tracking InteractionsChapter 5: Goal Development and ConsensusChapter 6: Frames, Framing, and ReframingChapter 7: Initiating ChangeChapter 8: Building Resilience and Terminating/Stepping DownChapter 9: Some Final Thoughts on PracticePart Three: I-FAST Supervision, Agency Considerations, and SustainabilityChapter 10: Teaching and Supervising I-FASTChapter 11: Fitting I-FAST and Agency Together: Creating SustainabilityChapter 12: Research on Integrative Families and Systems TreatmentReferences

About the Author

J. Scott Fraser, Ph.D., Professor, School of Professional Psychology, Wright State UniversityDavid Grove, MSW, LISW-S, Co-Director of Family Therapy Institute of ColumbusMo Yee Lee, Ph.D., Professor, College of Social Work, The Ohio State UniversityGilbert J. Greene, Ph.D., LISW-S, IMFT, Professor, College of Social Work, The Ohio State UniversityAndrew Solovey, MSW, LISW-S, Private Practice, Solutions counseling

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The authors do a skillful job of laying out their metamodel of working with families of at-risk children that reaches practitioners, supervisors, and clinical administrators. The authors provide readers with a clear and detailed outline of the core components of I-FAST, complete with helpful figures, case examples, and relevant research. The final result is a text poised to make a promising contribution to the field of family therapy, particularly for agencies and practitioners looking for an effective approach for working with high-risk youths and their families. * PsychCRITIQUES *
This manual is a great addition to a professional library for a new graduate or an established practitioner as it reminds us of the shared strengths across family and systems approaches to best serve the youth and families with whom we work. * The Family Psychologist *

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